EJB DEFINITION: Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) is an architecture for setting up program components, written in the Java programming language, that run in the server parts of a computer network that uses the client/server model. Enterprise JavaBeans is built on the JavaBeans technology for distributing program components (which are called Beans, using the coffee metaphor) to clients in a network. Enterprise JavaBeans
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When building, deploying and restarting applications, every minute counts. This case study explores how Heliocentris, a global energy supply and efficiency company eliminated development time by hours. Access now and find out how you can free up time in your development schedule.
Caucho Technology aims to certify the Resin 4 application server on the newly finalized Java EE 6 Web Profile. This white paper discusses the Java EE 6 Web Profile and how it fits with the development philosophy of Resin as well as the details of our implementation including Resin extensions to the Java EE 6 Web Profile.
This white paper shows how Oracle WebLogic Server supports the next generation of enterprise applications and services. Learn how to leverage the Java EE 5 advantage and dramatically speed development of SOA applications.
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